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John King
Lives in Indianapolis, IN
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Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live. Mang. 
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not bad, in fact pretty spot on!
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Our bunny boy Rufus hopped across the Rainbow Bridge last night. This is how we choose to remember him: playful, curious, and funny. He will not be forgotten. We'll miss you, buddy.
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Another school shooting? Nah, lead with O.J.
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Found this at a record show today. R.E.M. - "We Are Having A Heavenly Time!" Excellent fan club bootleg recording from '85.
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I used to have this. Cool find. 
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I am not the CNN guy.  I'm the other one.
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Married, employed, bunny daddy, still writing
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Where's Meg White? Jack Speaks Out on Elusive White Stripes Partner

I don't think anyone talks to Meg, White says. She's always been a hermit.

Watch Unseen Roy Orbison Footage in 'The Way Is Love' Video - Premiere

New clip features footage compiled by the late singer's sons

Video: Marty thinks of Nux ‘all the time’ | TV and Media Blog

Local news and notes on television and media personalities in Cincinnati

Henry Rollins Does Not Enjoy the Music We Cover in Rolling Stone

Always outspoken icon praises Marnie Stern and Ty Segall, says he's never heard Daft Punk

Why "Love Actually" matters

The case for getting the shit kicked out of you by love.

The 10 Best Country Albums of 2013 |

It’s tough to say what constitutes a country album these days. 2013 was a year that saw arena-filling acts feud over pop’s influence in the.

Lost Johnny Cash album to be released in 2014

Newly uncovered material from the late country singer's 1980s archive will be available in spring, entitled Out Among The Stars

Rush 'Haven't Stopped or Quit… Just Relaxing'

Rush is giving its fans plenty of fourth quarter treats this year including a new live CD/DVD, a box set and a long-desired remixed vers

Pop Market Music is the ultimate shopping destination for music fans and collectors offering daily...

Two Jerks Revisit Alt Rock's Nicest Band, Toad the Wet Sprocket

If I told you a mostly forgotten band from the 90s, one that was already kind of a walking punchline...

36 Things Vinyl Collectors Love

Face it, you don't get any of this with Spotify.

Is Wine Bullshit?

How should we understand the robust findings that suggest that the price of wine is not only uncorrelated with how much people enjoy it, but

You Are Not Your LDAP: Why Leaving Your Job Doesn’t Mean Losing Your Ide... From 2003-2013 it was a pretty powerful email address for me. I was the first “Hunter” to work at Google so I got the six

Austin Pittman: Falling While Finding His Way |

Several months ago, I was sitting in Plum's Upper Room having a drink and admiring what I believed to be four large photographs of a beautif

A Modest Proposal to the Internet’s Self-Appointed Grammar Experts

John King doesn't think grammar snobs should be called Nazis. Still, he does recommend a different line of work.

Tell Him What?

Ray Kemble remembers a phone call from Vietnam to his parents in the Bronx.

The See-TA

Belmont in the rain (still) by Andrew Huff on Flickr I have a love/hate relationship with public transportation. By "public transportation,"

Russell Brand on Margaret Thatcher: 'I always felt sorry for her children'

The actor and comedian recalls a bizarre recent encounter with the Iron Lady, and how it prompted him to think about growing up under the mo

Imagine Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. Clarke together in con...

Back in 1988, Magnus Magnusson (best name ever) somehow managed to bring three of the 20th Century's most fascinating personalities together

This theater is a ghost town half the time, and they try to make up for it by charging north of $14 for a matinee (they said it was "in IMAX," but it was no different than any other screen) and then another wad of cash at the concessions. Twizzlers and a Diet Coke cost more than $10. Studio Movie Grill is right down 86th and is way cheaper.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I ordered a Pioneer DVD head unit from a different vendor (rhymes with "Hutch Wheeled") and once the product arrived, I realized the installation was a little more than I'm comfortable doing. I don't have any experience working with this stuff other than switching out the occasional set of speakers, and I don't trust the yahoos on YouTube to teach me. Based on reviews, I gave these guys a call. They were happy to help even though I didn't buy the unit there. They got me in that same day and took care of the installation in under 2 hours while I watched TV and used WiFi in the waiting room. The guys were great with advice, answered my questions, and even recommended a few products to check out if/when I decide to expand my car audio system, but they didn't push anything or try to up-sell me. Their installation price is competitive with the chains, but I'm confident I got a better shake here. Bravo, guys. Most car audio shops seem really shady, but you're doing things the right way. Keep up the good work.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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